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October 03, 1933 - Image 9

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Federal aid for college and university students has been predicted by
E. O. Holland, president of Washington State College, Pullman, and
it will be "supplied through the furnishing of campus employment or
through direct loans to students," he said. This aid will possibly be
similar to the civilian conservation corps.

Outstanding university professors and scientists were called by President Roosevelt to sit as members of the National Research Council's Science
Advisory Board, created to aid in coping with scientific problems which have been brought by the new era in American development. Left to right,
seated: Isaiah Bowman, chairman of National Research Council; Earl F. Compton, president, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; W. W.
Campbell, president, National Academy of Sciences; John C. Merriam, president, Carnegie Institute of Washington. Standing, left to right:
R. A. Millikan, director, Norman Bridge Laboratory of Physics; C. K. Leith, University of Wisconsin; Frank B. Jewett, president, Bell Telephone
Keystone View Photo

Harold Willis Dodds

James Bryant Conant

Harry S. Rogers

Harry Woodburn

Seven colleges and universities in the United States this fall welcomed to their cam-
puses new administrative heads of their institutions. Heading the list of scientists
and educators that have been advanced to high administrative posts are James Bryant
Conant, president of Harvard University, Harold Willis Dodds, 15th president of
Princeton University, and Harry Woodburn Chase, chancellor of the New York Uni-
versity. Others who have been raised to presidencies include Harry S. Rogers, Brook-
lyn Polytechnic Institute, John M. Munson, Michigan Normal College, Clyde A. Lynch,
Lebanon Valley College, and Willfred O. Mauck, Hillsdale, Mich., College.

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Clyde A. Lynch

John M. Munson

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The third largest of its kind in the world, the 80-inch reflecting
telescope shown in the model above is being constructed for the
new McDonald Observatory to be located on a peak of the Davis
Mountains, Texas. The project is under the joint direction of
scientists from the Universities of Chicago and Texas.
Science Service Photo

THE OLD AND THE NEW! Above is a worm's eye view
tration building at Creighton University, Omaha, Neb., const
cost of $400,000, while at the left is one of the oldest coll
United States-the log cabin in which the sons of pioneer we
studied the classics as early as 1780-around which has be
modern Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pa

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